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1-16-2009 @ 9:33AM
two things that are horribly wrong with their answers..1, "higher levels pay more?" Why??? Higher levels have more outage or something? Bullcrap ..2. "If that happens, we lose and the people who signed up actually make money"Let me emphasize that last bit:"ACTUALLY MAKE MONEY"In other words, they don't expect anyone to make money, even though this is the sole reason why someone would sign up.It's not a scam, in a scam they try to cover things up with a nice story and then take your money, these guys are just blatantly showing you how stupid their service really is and don't seem to be too affraid to let you know that you really won't be making any money.Only an idiot would sign up for this stuff.
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